Overview of software tools to create an HTML version of journal article from source material in Word format
Along with the traditional form of electronic presentation of full texts of scientific articles - the PDF format - in recent years, the HTML format 333 has become widespread. HTML has a number of advantages for online publications due to the availability of means for better material structuring, adding multimedia content, and implementing various kinds of interactive and dynamic possibilities. In this regard, the task of obtaining an HTML version of a scientific article from the original format of the material sent by the author becomes very relevant. The history of publishing full texts of scientific articles in HTML format is about 30 years old, but a unified approach to the preparation of such publications and tools accessible to all have not been developed during this time. Workflows of obtaining HTML-versions of articles in different publishers may be different. The approach largely depends on the personnel and financial capabilities of the publishing house. The paper considers the most popular of these approaches and describes the software tools applicable depending on the chosen approach. The main attention is paid to the tools used for source texts in Word format.